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Beautiful Hand Painted Bellows

Posted on: January 26, 2009

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This old fireplace bellows is 20″ long and 7-1/2″ wide.  It is painted with stylized flowers and leaves and has a copper tip and white leather bladder (I propped the handles apart so you can see this a little better) and decoration with brass studs.  It has been around a while and there is some chipping around the edges.  Otherwise, it works very well. 

Find this and other great antique, vintage, and unusual fireplace bellows at http://www.antiquefireplacebellows.com

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